About CrossOfStAndrew
Biography

Hello. I love using my imagination and chatting with people who like to use theirs. The brain is the most important "errogenous zone" there is, in my opinion. I'm seeking to chat with like-minded people and to read and possibly submit stories (no promises on story submission). I like pregnancy-risk, taboo, lesbian and first-time experience stories the best. I dislike anything having to do with abuse, non-consent, or anything having to do with human waste or the anus (mine or yours!).

As for a physical description: I'm 6'4" tall, weigh 260-270 lbs. I'm very broad-shouldered and broadly built. I have brown eyes and wavy, reddish-blonde hair with a goatee moustache (with some gray starting to creep in).

For whatever else it's worth, apparently my "Spirit Animal"/Totem is an owl (or hawk)....which basically means I'm a "harbinger of change" (traditionally/originally interpreted as "harbinger of death", apparently, but watered down to "harbinger of change") ; and it's also supposed to mean that I have a keen bullshit detector.

Other pertinent info:

I don't have much time for people with a chip on their shoulders. If I'm being civil to you, I expect the same in return. There seems to be a growing number of people on here who, when you get to chatting with them, are uncivil, unduly combative, and generally short-tempered and even shorter attention-spanned - with an almost pathological lack of reasonable patience. I have no time or inclination to deal with any of that.

I'm not a "friend collector": I don't want to be added just for adding's sake. That means that unless you plan to keep reasonably regular contact via messages or chat, don't add me!

Name:
CrossOfStAndrew
Sex:
Male 
Sign:
Gemini
Relationship Status:
Single
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Interests:
History: Especially the classical/Greco-Roman era and the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Travel: My main goal is to see all 50 states of the Union and to have travelled the length and breadth of the old Roman Empire at its height. Any place of interest in between is welcomed, too ; and I'm a sucker for a good, spontaneous road trip!

The unexplained/unsolved.

Food: I don't cook, but I'll do the dishes! I also have a knack for knowing what might go well together. Other people always ask about/want what I've ordered whenever I go out! As for specifics, here are some ethnic cuisines - and some of their dishes - I tend to like best:
Italian/American (anything with pasta and a good sauce ; a good pizza is tough to beat)
German (they are the masters of desserts and smoked meats and spaetzle is yummy ; what the Hell were they thinking with sauer kraut, though?!)
Indian
Thai
Chinese
Grill fare (a good hamburger, brat, hotdog off the grill with summertime fixin's is tough to beat)

Sports: Especially American football ; the football that is know as "soccer" in the US ; and ice hockey. World Series of Poker is NOT a fucking sport! It's a pastime. Jesus Christ! Take that shit OFF of ESPN - or any other major channel - and put it where it belongs: on obscure and specialty "Leisure and Travel" cable channels. Put it on right after the fucking Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, PLEASE....you know, where it REALLY belongs, for fuck sake! A bunch of "Guido-esque" douchebags who haven't touched a vagina that they didn't either pass through at birth or PAY an hourly rate for, sitting around, acting all tough and cool around a poker table are NOT athletes of any sort/stretch of the imagination! So, please, quit insulting the intelligence of people (however diminishing a quantity and quality that may be) by presenting this as a "sport" with "athletes"....God help me!
Favorite Books:
Too many to list, but, off the top, here's a sampling:
Poor Richard's Almanack
Common Sense
The Federalist Papers
Emmanuelle
The Diedrich Knickerbocker compilations by Washington Irving (which contain Rip Van Winkle and The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow)
Favorite Authors:
Benjamin Franklin,Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Thomas Paine, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allen Poe, Washington Irving, Caleb Carr....to name a few.
Favorite Movies:
Godfather (Parts I & II)
The first 3 Star Wars (aka "The Trilogy")
Pulp Fiction
Monty Python's Holy Grail and Life Of Brian (Meaning Of Life is definitely quote-worthy, but doesn't hold up to the other two)
Almost anything by the old Hammer Horror films and certain pieces by Mr. Tim Burton....
I can't wait for the day when I can see a full frontal of Chloe Grace Moretz....but I think we have a few years, yet, for that unfortunately.
Favourite TV Shows:
Of "all time":

All In The Family
Seinfeld
Cheers
Fawlty Towers
Blackadder
Monty Python's Flying Circus
The Simpsons
Penn & Teller's Bullshit

Contemporary Shows:

Big Bang Theory
Family Guy
Sherlock
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
An Idiot Abroad
Real Time with Bill Maher
Favorite Music:
Does the kind I make after eating baked beans and day-old Mexican food, while swillin' down an Old Milwaukee count? I gotta' believe it's better than that Pop 40, Hip Hop, Christian-rock, or New Country crap....But, with some degree of seriousness, here's a listing of what I generally DO like:

Classic Rock: Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple (MK II/"Classic" lineup for those 'geeks' out there who know the difference), Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Hendrix, Black Sabbath (with Ozzy), and Cream. Of course there are others that fall in this general categorization who are very much appreciated by 'yours truly', but the ones I specifically called out are the ones I consistently 'gravitate' back toward. To "save rock/popular music generally" from the crap that's out there now, what needs to return, in my opinion, is not so much the "singer/songwriter", but the "guitar hero". And the greatest practitioners of that in this genre, in my opinion, were Jimmy Page, Ritchie Blackmore, and David Gilmour.

Classical Symphonic/Orchestral Music: Mozart and Beethoven particularly. Pachebel is also nice. Can't go too far wrong with many of the main composers of that general era. I often wonder how much fun Mozart and Beethoven would've had if they had a few good electric guitars at their disposal....

Certain Bluegrass and Traditional Folk: Allison Kraus, Old Blind Dogs, Chatham County Line, Mumford & Sons.

Blues in general and some jazz (though jazz and "jazz-o-philes" can get annoyingly pretentious at times). Some jazz-rock fusion from days of yore can be good, too: Old Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears, to name some.
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Latest Forum Posts
Topic: What colour are your eyes?
Posted: 03 Jul 2014 20:40

Brown.

Topic: do you like to brush or comb a woman's hair?
Posted: 17 Jun 2014 00:28

I love that.

Topic: Bare, trimmed, or bushy?
Posted: 09 Jun 2014 22:28

"trimmed bushiness"....

Topic: Bare, trimmed, or bushy?
Posted: 05 Jun 2014 21:01

Trimmed. I don't mean "landing strip", or some other weird, highly "orchestrated" hair design: a trimmed, yet natural, womanly look. Getting tired of the shaved and/or "orchestrated" look. Shaved works for some women, but generally a trimmed yet full womanly tuft trips my trigger.

Topic: Breastfeeding - does it turn you on?
Posted: 28 May 2014 21:30

Breastfeeding, that is....

Topic: Breastfeeding - does it turn you on?
Posted: 28 May 2014 21:29

I think it's very hot.

Topic: IN THE END WE GET WHAT WE DESERVE?
Posted: 26 May 2014 22:41

Some do. Some don't. But there's no reason we can't.

Topic: Have you ever been woken from a dead sleep by the smell of one of your own farts?
Posted: 04 May 2014 20:38

I have. And let me tell you, it was unsettling. Let sleeping blankets lay....the minute you shift, you may be treated to something not used since the days of trench warfare in WWI....

Topic: Do you like women skinny, slim, or curvy
Posted: 29 Apr 2014 20:51

A lot depends on the underlying build of the person, but I generally like curvy.

Topic: how many guys like a bigger girl
Posted: 27 Apr 2014 00:01

I, essentially "echo" the comments of "Malcolm83". I like a woman who looks like she eats "3 squares a day" and who isn't a stranger to a burger and a beer; I don't like a waif, or someone to is TOO "prissy" and "perfect" ; but no one likes a "slob".

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Thanks for all the great conversation.
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Posted: 15 Mar 2014 07:34
Thank you for the add can't wait to chat more !!!
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Your welcome. Thank you for the request.
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Thanks for the add!

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Happy Birthday from the Lush team.
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Posted: 18 Dec 2011 20:25
happy holidays hun - miss you!

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Posted: 12 Nov 2011 08:48
Mmmm...a big man...

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